Python Pune Meetup was held @ Red Hat, Pune and that was about Part III of Machine learning by Sudarshan Gadhave on 25th June 2016. This time, along with Chandan, Me, ganesh and satyajit were the Event Host :) Meetup was specifically targeted as hackathon based on python pandas and numpy what we have covered in previous meetup. Meetup was titled as Data DOJO,(a bit weird) it means practicing and developing skills along with brainstorming ideas, real time problems to solve.
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Python Pune Meetup was held @ Amazatic Solutions and that was about Part II of Machine learning by Sudarshan Gadhave on 28th May 2016. Meetup was specifically targeted on python pandas as last meetup already covered basics of data science. Sudarshan started from Required tools/libraries for machine learning : Ipython numpy python-pandas python-scikit-learn matplotlib These are best opensource alternatives to softwares like MATLAB !! Machine learning is all about technical,business and statistics.
Kubernetes Kubernetes is a system, developed by google, for managing containerized applications in a clustered environment. It provides basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance and scaling of applications on public, private or hybrid setups. It also comes with self-healing features where containers can be auto provisioned, restarted or even replicated. It aims to provide a “platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts” . In this blog post, we’ll install a Kubernetes cluster with three minions on Fedora 23, we will also see example on how to manage pods.
Hello, after long time, I am writing for a good reason :P 1. had participated in RDO bug triage day on 18th and 19th of May, For those who dont know what is bug triage, Have a look at it: https://www.rdoproject.org/community/rdo-bugtriage/ (I also came to know it just day before yesterday :-)) As a newbie to RDO community, ChandanKumar and Matthias Runge guided me to what to do there. So, I had created account on http://bugzilla.
Data is present everywhere at malls, multiplexes, online shopping sites, dating sites, government intelligence almost everywhere that continuously needs to be monitor & analyse, which is very huge data, which cant be analysed by human, at that point machine learning came into picture. For introduction to that #PythonPune added new chapter to its Pythonpune Meetup which was held on 30 April 2016 at Red Hat office, Magarpatta. Almost 70-80 peoples were there(which was unexpected for us).
April Fedora meetup was dedicated to “Unit testing”. As I am into DevOps, usually i had seen various automated tests that was carried out by jenkins are nothing but unit test but i was always wondered what is this?? Kushal gave us brief idea about unit test : unit testing is a method by which individual units of source code, sets of one or more computer program modules together are tested to determine if they are fit for use.
Yesterday, I was sending patch for review on gerrit, I commmited the code as follows, Everything works fine ;) , [user@localhost project]$ git commit --amend [project d9593ab] <commit message here> Date: Thu Apr 14 17:34:53 2016 +0530 1. file changed, 75 insertions(+) create mode 100644 project/file.py While I was pushing code to gerrit for review, Suddenly Heavy errorfall occurs with :o following error: [user@localhost project]$ git review develop remote: Processing changes: refs: 1, done.
I was listening to song ‘We love Raleigh’ by Brian Totty (so-called Red Hat anthem) :P. ‘So amazing when you’re riding on a ray of sunshine now you’re feeling like you might be einstein’ Almost more than one month is spent at Red hat, being surrounded by all OpenSource contributors, peoples dedicated to technologies are here. So, things are becoming cool & awesome, I got to know new things every single day !
Finally Interns family completed ! It was 8 February, I came at office bit early ;) . Seema welcomed us(new joinees) & took care of all documentation process. Then, Manoj takes us for tour of whole office. It was awesome( Especially 5th floor) and then introduced me to Manager Devang Parikh, Mentor Rishabh Das and Team Lead Shrink ;) Then, Rishabh helped me to setup all things & told me about workflow in brief & also about CI/CD, Jenkins, Ansible, Openstack etc.